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WHO Basic Training Modules on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) - Basic Principles of GMP: Module 1 (Part 03): Sanitation and Hygiene
(2006; 30 pages)
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Sanitation and Hygiene

Avoidance of Cross-Contamination (1)

  • Special precautions should be taken to prevent generation and dissemination of dust

  • Proper air control - supply and extraction, suitable quality

  • Due to uncontrolled release of:

    - dust, gas, particles, vapours, sprays, organisms, residue, insects

In part two of the WHO GMP, section 15 covers the measures that need to be taken to avoid cross-contamination.

Proper air control - supply and extraction, of suitable quality should be provided. Filtration is often needed. Contaminants can be due to uncontrolled release of dust, gas, particles, vapours, sprays, organisms, residue, insects, operators,

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